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Hungary Advises That The Illegal Migration Crisis Is A Precursor Of An Economic And Social Crisis

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We must decide ourselves who we want to live with






June 16, 2016 

Hungary must decide itself who it wishes to live with”, the Ministry of Interior’s Minister of State for Municipal Affairs declared on Wednesday in Békéscsaba, South-East Hungary.

In his opening speech on the first day of 3rd two-day conference entitled Information, Profession, Training – Security at the Forefront, Tibor Pogácsás stressed: “preserving decision potential requires the protection of Hungary’s and Europe’s external borders”, adding that in his opinion economic migrants should not be allowed to enter Europe, while those who require protection should, as far as possible, be housed as close as possible to their original place of residence.

Mass migration can only be resolved through international cooperation

“The migration problem will not be a short-term problem, firstly because its causes are extremely diverse and secondly because there is also not agreement between Europe’s leaders on how to handle it”, he pointed out. At the event organised by the Békéscsaba Vocational Training Centre, Mr. Pogácsás stressed: last year around one million migrants arrived in Europe and this year, “despite the closed green border” over 15 thousand people have entered the territory of Hungary.

“The migration crisis has so far posed an unprecedented challenge for Europe and could be the precursor of an economic and social crisis from which Europe could even emerge as the loser”, he said.

Mr. Pogácsás also told the press that a new course, a law enforcement administration faculty would be launched in Békéscsaba and Miskolc at the beginning of the next academic year.

President of the Association of Police Sciences Professor Frigyes Janza announced that a hundred students were expected to attend the new courses, the main topic of which will be how to handle migration pressure from an administrative and law enforcement perspective.

The new legislation adopted by Parliament, such as regulations concerning transit zones and the Counter-Terrorism Information and Criminal Analysis Centre (CTICAC), must be incorporated into the course.

Terrorism expert Georg Spöttle spoke about the fact that there is a major relationship between migration into European and terrorism.

At the conference, Mr. Spöttle said: “Contrary to official German commentary more than ninety percent of the one million migrants who have recently arrived in Europe are illiterate, meaning they are unlikely to solve employment problems”.

He also highlighted the fact that many migrants arrive with serious medical conditions such as tuberculosis, HIV or hepatitis infections, the treatment of which is expensive. “Germany has earmarked 27 billion euros for their care this year while there is no money to refurbish schools and they are planning to raise the page of retirement to 71”, he added.

“According to German police statistics, 34 percent of the crimes committed in Berlin last year were committed by migrants, and figures from Germany’s Federal Crime Police Office show that migrants were responsible for around 45 percent of the some 70 thousand crimes committed in Germany”, Mr. Spöttle said, according to whom the greatest problem is that migrants from Africa and Asia, including those who have been living in the Western world for a long time, live in a religious, linguistic and cultural shell and don’t even want to integrate.

The terrorism expert called the German-Turkish deal aimed at solving the migration crisis a “terrible joke” and said: the Turkish are keeping people who are capable of working for themselves and in exchange for people sent back for them from Europe are sending “mentally ill, sick and disabled people”, adding that in addition Turkey is receiving eight euros-a-day from the UN for each refugee, which is a lot of money.

According to Mr. Spöttle, via the border security fence Hungary has shown that it is capable of protecting its borders and its citizens, adding that in his experience the migrants have “learned the ropes” and have recently been trying to enter Hungary in small groups of two or three via Romania.

On Thursday, the second day of the conference, the main topics will include the effect of migration on Hungary and on the terrorism situation in Europe, new types of threat and new targets, and rethought methods of protection.

Mass migration can only be resolved through international cooperation

{Source: Government of Hungary/Ministry of Interior-Media Relations}

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